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Please note: AEGN events are for grantmakers not grantseekers unless the
event specifically states otherwise

If you have a PAF this article provides you with guidance on how you may consider using your PAF funds to cover AEGN event fees including field trips. https://aegn.org.au/2016/07/your-guide-to-expenses-and-pafs/

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Cultural Training delivered by The Black Card

Are you interested in funding at the intersection of environment and Indigenous issues?

Indigenous land management provides environmental care along with local jobs and connection to country and culture. There is a role for philanthropy to play in supporting Indigenous land management to continue to grow and flourish.

This highly recommended course will support you to engage more closely with Aboriginal people through building knowledge and understanding of culture and history.  A component of the course provides space to reflect on what you have learned and how you might seek to work with Aboriginal people in your capacity as a funder.

Date  Monday 1 April
Time  10:00am to 4:00pm
Location  Level 6/126 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne (AEGN Office)
Cost  $310 including lunch and morning and afternoon tea
Bookings Via AEGN conference bookings – here.  Places are limited.
More information Ione McLean – ione@aegn.org.au
AEGN Conference 2019
Theme Ramp It Up – Supercharged Giving for a Better Environment
AEGN 2019 Conference & Side Events

More than ever before people are coming together to reverse global warming and restore nature. Momentum in the community is building and there is a vibrant environmental sector leading the movement for change. Philanthropy can supercharge these efforts by amplifying the vision, building scale in key areas and supporting new ideas, bold gestures and new partnerships.

At Ramp it Up ! you’ll be inspired by AEGN members who have committed to ramp up their funding and their impact through the Environmental Giving Pledge and connect with representatives of the environmental movement. Together we’ll explore how philanthropy can build scale around strategies for achieving change; communications, advocacy and collaboration.

In addition to the Conference on Tuesday, 2nd April, delegates are invited to register for our Side Events including:

Cultural training – see event details above (Monday 1 April)

Pre-conference welcome cocktail party (Monday 1 April, 5:00 PM-7:00 PM)

Bays Beaches and Bush – daylong field trip to the Mornington Peninsula – see event details below (Wednesday, 3 April, from 9:00 AM).

Visit the Conference web page for more information on conference and side events or register here.

Date Monday 1 April – Wednesday, 3 April 2019
Location Melbourne
Bays Beaches and Bush – day trip to the Mornington Peninsula, 

Hop on the bus for a unique learning experience on the Mornington Peninsula, in the good company of the AEGN. Hear from experts on the environmental features of the Peninsula and Westernport Bay and meet the activists who work hard to protect them from industrialisation, pollution and inappropriate development. Enjoy a special food systems lunch hosted by Ripe for Change.

There is no cost to this field trip, but spaces are limited so please book soon!

 Date  Wednesday 3 April
 Time  All day
 Location   Morning Peninsula – south east of Melbourne
 Cost  No charge
 Bookings  Via AEGN conference bookings – here. Places are limited.

 

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